DIY Cake Lace recipe, no cooking required. Cake decorating tips and tutorials

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Homemade Sugar Lace For Cakes Tutorial!

Hey guys! You requested a vid showing you how I made this homemade edible sugar lace so here it is! I really liked how mine turned out and I think it was comparable to sugar veil. It definitely is a bit of a cheaper option. I hope this is useful for you, there are written instructions below as well:D Method: -Add 1 TBS Tylose powder to 1/2 cup boiling water -Mix to thoroughly combine then let the mixture set for 10-15 minutes until it is gelatinous and all of the white chunks are gone -To this add 2 TBS corn starch and 1 TBS powdered sugar -Mix until a thick paste forms -Add 1/2 TSP clear corn syrup -Add a few drops of white food coloring until its sufficiently white -If your mixture is a little too thick then you can add a TSP of boiling water at a time until it is more pliable, be careful not to add too much water. -This is the point where you would add your other coloring if you so choose -Scrape mixture into your mold ensuring that you are getting it into every nook and cranny. Scrape away any excess. -Leave overnight to dry or place in the oven at 110 degrees Fahrenheit for 10-15 minutes until dry and none comes off on your finger when you touch it. If it needs longer, put it back in for 1-2 minutes at a time until dry. -Let the lace cool then gently remove it from the mold -Store in an airtight container in between sheets of parchment. Will last for several months (if it becomes brittle and breaks then it is unusable). Your left over paste will last in the fridge for up to 7 days. ~PRODUCTS USED~ Tylose Powder- Cake Lace Molds- White Food Coloring- Bench Scraper Spatulas- Camera Used- Lighting Equipment:- ~FOLLOW ME~ Instagram: Facebook: **Please note some of the above links may be affiliate links meaning if you click the link and purchase items through that link, I will receive a small commission on that purchase (this does NOT cost you anything extra)* While there is no pressure whatsoever to use my links, it does help me to be able to continue to give you free cake tutorials and I very much appreciate it. Thank you so much for your support!! Music by Chillhop: Listen on Spotify: Canals- Joakim Karud

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Note: this continued to dry out and in a couple of days it was stiffer and less flexible! So don't make it too far in advance or you may not be able to wrap it on the cake. This is HIGHLY dependent on how humid it is. It also softened back up later when the humidity rose!

Another recipe for homemade cake lace, this one doesn't require any cooking or nasty gelatin! Very simple to make, but it might take longer to dry if the weather is humid, so test it out in your own environment before you need to make it for a cake.

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